Biomaterial engineering finds novel applications in unlikely places

February 8, 2019
How a Texas A&M researcher’s quest to understand the role of Hox proteins in fruit fly development led to the discovery of novel, protein-based biomaterials

TRIM(ming) away proteins to curtail breast cancer

January 29, 2019
Discovery of new molecular targets to stop cancer cell metastasis

A new way to diagnose diseases

June 7, 2018
A new method can distinguish if a protein is misfolded and may be useful in a variety of diseases, from cancer to Alzheimer's

Infographic: Calories 101

July 10, 2017
Amount of walking it takes to work off calories from popular foods

What’s in your blood?

April 11, 2017
Everything you need to know about the body's vital fluid.

10 protein-rich alternatives for a meatless diet

July 13, 2015

Meat is a major source of protein for many Americans, but a growing number of people are opting to go meatless for personal or religious beliefs, or in pursuit of a healthier lifestyle. Still, protein is a dietary necessity that vegetarians must incorporate into their meals through alternate sources. David Leal, with the Texas A&M Coastal Bend Health Education Center, offers an overview of some lesser-known sources of protein.

Husband and wife research duo join Texas A&M, advance novel protein engineering research to combat cancer

September 24, 2014

The age-old saying still holds true: Two heads are better than one, at least for the newest research team at Texas A&M. Elizabeth Sally Ward Ober, Ph.D., a molecular immunologist, and her husband, Raimund J. Ober, Ph.D., a biomedical engineer, have joined the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine and Dwight Look College of Engineering at Texas A&M University, respectively.